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Throwback Thursday – Solid Gold (Zag 33.7)

by zigzag / posted on 3 days ago

For our 200th issue (Zag 33.7 – circa 2009) we asked ten of our most prolific lensmen over the years to tell us about one of their personal favourite images. This is what they had to say (click images to view larger): PAUL NAUDE Location: Old Bay of Plenty, Durban Date: July 1981 This line-up […]


3 Weeks Walking

by zigzag / posted on 4 days ago

Check out another rad entry in our Write to Surf competition, which has some great prizes up for grabs (see below for details). *** 3 WEEKS WALKING – by Raymond Ninow (all images by Johnny Morris) “Ay, scheme I’m in a bad way ous…” remarked Brendan, just 20 minutes into our three week surf hike […]


Surf Ninja – Matt Kruger

by zigzag / posted on 6 days ago

If you’ve ever watched him charge with reckless abandon when the waves are maxing-out and when he is at the jol, you’d be surprised to learn that people’s safety is his number one priority at work. But this wave assassin saves the recklessness for special occasions and is a standout when cyclone season hits the […]


Throwback Thursday – Desert Riders (Zag 31.7)

by zigzag / posted on 10 April, 2014

“You go boy. You grab that rail and you pull in.” Gunther, our surf-guide and local hellman, is amping on the rocks. Stan Badger steers his fragile 6’0” into the mandibles of a lurching eight-foot pit, holds his line, guns the first barrel and rushes into the surging second section. He’s got speed and for […]


Big Jol a Huge Hit in Muizenberg – Surfers’ Circle Walk of Fame Fundraiser

by zigzag / posted on 7 April, 2014

Back in 1919, Heather Price became the first South African to surf a wave, standing up, at Muizenberg. To honour Price, the mother of SA surfing, and other pioneers of South African surfing the non-profit Muizenberg Improvement District (MID) plans to build a Surfer’s Circle Walk of Fame at the traffic circle close to Surfer’s […]


No Fly Zone – Drones Banned in South Africa

by zigzag / posted on 3 April, 2014

Incredible footage captured by drones has been taking the surf world by storm over the past year. Intrigued by the unique angle that these unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) can capture, web surfers have been spinning up the view count on videos like this one at Pipe: However, a statement sent out by the South African […]


Surf Ninja – Warwick Heny

by zigzag / posted on 2 April, 2014

Using the guise* of a real estate agent as his cover, this wave assassin’s favourite location is deep inside the pit – which is where you’ll find him when he is not selling houses. As well as being one of the standouts at his home break on the Sunshine Coast, he is also a tube […]


Kelly Slater To Launch His Own Brand – Parts Ways With Quiksilver

by zigzag / posted on 1 April, 2014

That the news has come on the 1st of April makes it hard to believe, but Kelly Slater has announced that he will be parting ways with Quiksilver after a relationship that has spanned two decades. The answer was a definite “No” when we asked an industry insider if the surfing world were being duped […]


No Card, No Surf – Durban Enforces Surfing Restrictions Starting July

by zigzag / posted on 1 April, 2014

[ update ] 11:59am You shouldn’t believe everything you read on 1 April. Still, we hope that our report at least earned a few chuckles (and a few signatures on the official petition that was subsequently started.) The great thing about surfing is that, for the time being at least, it is open to everybody. […]


Throwback Thursday – Israel Is Unreal (Zag Issue 11.3)

by zigzag / posted on 27 March, 2014

“Oh no, it’s the kids!” We’d tear all night, come home to our rooms belonging to a barber shop a stone’s throw from the surf in Haifa, and collapse. At the crack of dawn the kids, usually three or four of them, would be pounding on the door, rattling the louvres, demanding that we get […]